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Western Virginia. Guerrilla fighting — a Hazardous expedition — incidents, &c. A correspondent of the Lynchburg Republican, writing from Lewisburg, Greenbrier county, March 14th, gives some interesting statements respecting affairs in that a portion of which we copy: Col. Jenifer's cavalry does nearly all the scouting duty of this division — besides about 200 guerrillas, styling themselves the "Moccasin Rangers, " the officers of whom have been recently commissioned by the Governor to fight in their own way, and strike the enemy wherever found. The men get the usual Government pay, besides whatever they capture from the enemy belongs exclusively to them. In this way they are enriching themselves, and inflicting severe injury upon the Yankees and known Union men. They have lately received from Richmond two howitzers, and arms of the most improved description, and their deeds are destined to fill an important page in the history of this unrighteous and unholy<